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9 Pictures That Prove Albany Does Autumn Better Than Any Place on Earth #Fallbany

If you have any doubts about living in Albany, leave it to fall to prove you wrong. Autumn in the Capital Region isn’t just legendary, it’s completely magical. People drive from all over just to look at the colors here, and here at Saint Rose, we’re just living in the middle of the golds and reds and yellows. Truly, there’s…

Cybersecurity 101: We Have Met the Enemy, and It Is Our Own Behavior

Anything you write, photograph, or post can become public. Your personal information is not private. Everything on the Internet can live forever. They’re supposed to connect us and provide useful services to improve our lives, but phones, smart devices, and social media are all too often used to scam, rob, stalk, and otherwise victimize us. In today’s uber-connected world, how…

Meet Ruby, the Counseling Center’s Furriest Employee

If you’re having a “ruff” day and want to de-stress, Ruby is your girl. Stop by the Counseling Center on Mondays from 3 to 5 p.m. to visit (cuddle) with this certified therapy dog. Her mom and volunteer, Phyllis Conley, said Ruby’s favorite activities include hanging out with people, giving handshakes, and dancing. There’s a lot to love about Ruby,…

Saint Joseph's Hall

Where to Find Student Support Services in College

  Sometimes College-life sneaks up on you. One minute, you’re going to class, making new friends, joining the club baseball team, catching up on laundry, and then the next minute, you’re falling behind on coursework or feeling lonely. It happens. At Saint Rose, there’s a team of people here whose job it is to get you back on track and…

Black student union members hanging out in classroom

Club Focus: Q&A with the President of the Black Student Union

The Black Student Union (BSU) is an independent club at Saint Rose that promotes unity and social consciousness among the student body. They hold events and activities throughout the year to progress their mission and encourage an open dialogue with students of all backgrounds and beliefs. Black Student Union President Tyler Sumter ’20, a forensic psychology major with a concentration…